iOS 17 Finally Lets You Type What You Ducking Mean on Your iPhone
Autocorrect has been a mixed blessing since its inception on iOS devices. The technology aimed to save time by automatically correcting typing errors, but often led to unintended and embarrassing outcomes. Apple users have been “ducking” mid-sentence or “shirt-fronting” in text messages, leaving readers bewildered for years. However, with the release of iOS 17, Apple has finally given iPhone users the power to type exactly what they mean—ducking be gone!
Smart Autocorrect Enhancements
iOS 17 introduces an improved and smarter autocorrect system that significantly reduces the chances of unintentional changes or unwanted words. The AI used in the new autocorrect feature learns from your typing habits and preferences, allowing it to adapt and provide more accurate suggestions. This personalization means you can finally trust your iPhone to understand and keep up with your unique language quirks.
Sliding Finger Typing
Apple’s new update has included a sliding finger typing feature that enables faster and more accurate typing. Users can now glide their fingers from one letter to another without lifting their fingers off the screen. The improved text prediction engine will ensure that the intended words make it into your message or email, no matter how tricky autocorrect may try to be.
Improved Emoji Suggestions
iOS 17 also comes with enhanced emoji suggestions that take real-life context into consideration. While typing, the AI evaluates the text in relation to your mood, making it easy for you to find the right emoji quickly.
Customizable Profanity Settings
Apple now provides users with customizable profanity settings, which have been a long-requested feature. This means that users can finally decide whether they want their devices to censor or allow swearing within their texts. Say goodbye to unnecessary asterisks and hello to expressing yourself exactly the way you like.
The release of iOS 17 has brought much-needed improvements to the autocorrect feature on iPhones. With smarter AI, sliding finger typing, enhanced emoji suggestions, and customizable profanity settings, Apple users can now type what they truly mean without fear of being misunderstood by their devices. With these upgrades, no longer will the word “ducking” plague the conversations of iPhone users worldwide.